The 2016 season finale of South African eSports will end with a number of international appearances for Bravado Gaming at ESWC and WESG. ESEA will also send one CS:GO team to an unconfirmed international location in December, marking a fantastic end to a great year of eSports.
It’s been a rough week for European LCS teams at the 2016 Worlds. Europe still struggles with a slim chance of making it into the playoffs.
Jason Bourne finally opened last week in China and immediately started making headlines. Unfortunately, for both good and bad reasons.
Four South African teams will be heading to Dubai next week to take part in the WESG LAN Qualifier for Dota 2 and CS:GO. The top three teams from each qualifier will head to the main event in China later this year.
When the New 52 says goodbye to their Superman, his powers are going to be split across the globe, forming new Supermen from all over the globe.
Chinese team Tyloo just knocked the World Champions, Luminosity, out of the Dreamhack Masters in one of the biggest upsets in CS:GO history.
Chinese company Alibaba have announced the World Electronic Sports Games (WESG), a tournament which they’ve set aside $5.5 million in prize money. The tournament will feature Dota 2, CS:GO, Hearstone and Starcaft II.
The gamble has paid off, as Batman V Superman cleared hundreds of millions in ticket sales over the Easter weekend.
Like water through the Fountain, so are the days of our Dota.
Team Secret grabbed their first ever Major championship this past weekend in Shanghai, China. The European team took down Team Liquid in the Grand Final taking home the trophy and their fair share of $3 million.
The Dota 2 world is rather quiet today, but in (actual) Dota 2 news, all Chinese teams are out. Well done, China.
And you thought it couldn’t get any worse? Wrong. It can, and the Shanghai Major main event has only just begun.